Massachusetts couples who plan on divorcing will certainly be facing hurdles along the way. However, as someone who is involved in a high asset divorce, you will face unique hurdles that others with a smaller net worth will not necessarily have to deal with.
When your Massachusetts marriage ends, your life will change in countless ways, and while some of those changes will likely involve adjusting to new living or custody arrangements, others involve tax-related considerations. At Kajko, Wiseman & Colasanti, LLP, we are well-versed in the significant tax law changes that will impact you and others who divorce this year or moving forward, and we have helped many people navigate this and other hurdles that arise amid divorce.
While sexual harassment is an unfortunate and common occurrence in many Massachusetts and New Hampshire work environments, research indicates that those who work in some fields are more likely to fall victim to it than those in the general workforce. At Kajko, Wiseman & Colasanti, LLP, we know that gynecologic oncologists report especially high rates of sexual harassment, and we have helped many health care and other professionals who experienced sexual harassment at work pursue recourse.
Connecticut does not have statutory provisions that specifically allow contractors the right to cure construction defects. This means that you would probably not need to give construction contractors or subcontractors an option to fix their mistakes. You would also probably not need to provide notice before you filed action.
These days, the majority of small business owners across Massachusetts are from the "Baby Boomer" generation, and if you are among them, you may be thinking about the next stage in your life and wondering how to prepare your business for the transition. At Kajko, Wiseman & Colasanti, LLP, we understand that setting your business up for continued success involves two important steps: creating a comprehensive business succession plan and selecting someone to be your successor.
Massachusetts workers have the right to a workplace that is free from harassment and other types of mistreatment. When you go to work in the morning, you expect safety and fair treatment. There are both state and federal laws that protect your rights in the workplace, yet despite these protections, people still experience things like discrimination and harassment.